In today’s Americana, we look at Lee Zeldin, the silver medalist in New York’s governor’s race. He’s the latest example of a political phenomenon we’ve seen a lot of in recent years: The losing candidate whose party can’t wait to see them run again. But can he build on his newfound stardom where others failed?
We also have a chat with Tim Walz, the Democratic governor of Minnesota who quietly led his state party to a trifecta in the midterms. Plus, a look at the complicated musical chairs in Virginia set off by a Democratic Congressman’s death.
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